Veg Dhokla


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Veg dhokla is a lovely variation to the Gujarati staple snack, dhokla. The besan and chopped vegetable based mixture is teamed in dhokla maker and then tempered with grated coconut, mustard seeds and curry leaves.

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Veg Dhokla recipe - How to make Veg Dhokla

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Ingredients

2 katoris of green moong dal (split green gram)
2 green chillies
1 tbsp oil
a pinch of asafoetida (hing)
salt to taste
Method

  1. Soak the green moong dal for 4-5 hours in water.
  2. Then take the moong dal and add very little of water and grind this toether with green chillies and hing and salt.
  3. Then take a thali and grease it with oil.
  4. Spread that moong dal batter on the greased thali.
  5. Put this greased thali in a dhokla vessel or if u dont have that vessel then take a kadhai and boil water in it and put that thali on some support in the kadhai.
  6. Cover the thali and cook till 12 mins or till a knife immersed in the panoli comes out to be clean.
  7. Eat it with dahi.


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This recipe was contributed by vaishnavdhara on 09 Mar 2002


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Veg Dhokla
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 on 18 Jul 11 12:29 PM


The title for this recipe sounds different.Here you have put veg dhokla,but I haven't found any vegetables in the recipe.Else with the ingredients you have mentioned it should be 'moong dhokla'.